Graduate Course Descriptions

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6005. Multilevel Mediation-Moderation Modeling for Health Sciences

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: A course in precalculus or higher; AH 5005 or other advanced/graduate course in statistics.

Grading Basis: Graded

Presents advanced multivariate statistical methods focusing on statistical techniques commonly used in empirical research under a latent-variable approach teaches students multilevel mediation-moderation techniques in order to analyze complex or multilevel databases. At the end of the course, students will understand how to analyze multivariate data using multilevel mediation-moderation concepts to test a variety of health-related research hypotheses. Knowledge of linear models is needed for participants enrolling in this course.

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